The Plantrician Project Blog
Our mission is to educate, equip and empower our physicians, healthcare practitioners and other health influencers with knowledge about the indisputable benefits of whole food, plant-based nutrition.
During his closing remarks at PBNHC2020, Dr. Stoll shared some inspirational words about how working together to bring about transformation is so much more powerful than working alone.
Dr. Scott Stoll discusses how whole food, plant-based nutrition can benefit the immune system as well as overall well being.
Dr. Scott Stoll sat down with #pbnhc2020 faculty member Dr. Mark Faries to discuss tips for helping guide behavior change in patients.
In the early years of The Plantrician Project, our team decided that rather than become a single “candle in a window”, we would intentionally pursue opportunities to help light as many candles as possible around the world.
A message of hope for our lifestyle medicine professionals.
Dr. Scott Stoll sat down with pbnhc2020 faculty member Dr. Rajani Katta to discuss the role a whole food, plant-based diet can have on skin health.
PBNHC2020 faculty member Dr. Rajani Katta shares the science that connects the dinner plate to glowing skin.
To kick off the release of our white paper "The Power of the Plate" the Plantrician Project and Rodale Institute hosted a panel discussion of scientists and medical experts who explored the concept of regenerative health.
Our important new white paper examines the connection between soil health, nutrition, and regenerative healthcare.
Most people have never stopped to ask themselves fundamental questions like: "What is a balanced diet?" "Are there sources of protein other than animal products?" "Is plant protein sufficient to meet all of my body’s needs?" "What does my body actually require for optimal health and vitality?"
The Covid19 Pandemic is further shining a light on how critically important it is that we address the alarming chronic disease trends in the U.S. and around the world.
The food we put on our plates is far more than the nutrients that affect our health, it is part of a much greater interconnected web that extends beyond our forks.
Dr. Scott Stoll shares information on how to stay healthy during the COVID-19 Pandemic, during a free, live webinar hosted by our friends at Forks Over Knives.
In this season of punctuated change and uncertainty, every new sunrise reminds us of the blessing that every new day gifts us; a fresh start with the opportunity to collaboratively work together to solve problems and offer a hand up to those in desperate need.